Atlanta-based St. Joseph's hospital's deadline insurance deal keeps patients insured
Thousands of patients at Atlanta-based St. Joseph's Hospital won't have to seek hospital care elsewhere or pay higher bills because the facility has reached a last-minute contract agreement with insurer United Healthcare. The two-year agreement keeps the patients of the hospital in the insurer's network and prevents what could have been an interruption in their insurance coverage had the deal fell through.
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